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Wednesday 5 August 2015

Kate Middleton always fashion savvy

Published 15/12/2010 | 10:54

Kate Middleton and Prince William
Kate Middleton and Prince William

Jeweller Claudia Bradby has described Kate Middleton as having great fashion “initiative”.

Beautiful Kate is currently engaged to Britain’s Prince William, with the pair set to tie the knot on Friday April 29 next year at Westminster Abbey in London.

The royal-to-be has been praised for her elegant style and striking good looks by experts across the globe, and according to one of her past colleagues her flair for fashion isn’t anything new.

Jeweller Claudia collaborated with Kate to create a silver pendant for British high street store Jigsaw back in 2007 when the future royal was working for the brand as an accessories buyer.

The pendant has recently been reissued, and Claudia has taken the opportunity to praise Kate for her style sense.

“Kate was very clear in what she wanted,” the designer told People.

“She wanted a very simple bean pendant that a mother and daughter could both wear together.

“It was completely her initiative because she thought there was a gap in the market for something real and sophisticated, that had longevity for that age group.”

The stunning silver necklace features a rose quartz and freshwater charm on a silver chain, and retails at £46.

It is currently available at claudiabradby.com in honour of the upcoming royal wedding.

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